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Past Week's Education Opportunities 2nd & 3rd Grade

Last Updated: 5/26/2020 4:03 PM

AESD Independent Study Week 9 (5/18-5/22)

Grade Span 2nd-3rd

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AESD Independent Study Week 8 (5/11-5/15)

Grade Span 2nd-3rd

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AESD Independent Study Week 7 (5/4-5/8)

Grade Span 2nd-3rd

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AESD Independent Study Week 6 (4/27-5/1)

Grade Span 2nd-3rd

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ELA Resources:

SEL Resources:

Science Resources:

Time Frame

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00am-8:45am

ELA

Week 5 Spelling List:

Sight words, -aight pattern, and academic vocabulary

  1. pole
  2. wire
  3. fight
  4. seen
  5. eat
  6. right
  7. might
  8. sight
  9. tight
  10. flight
  11. bright
  12. lost
  13. far
  14. push
  15. pull
  16. resource

Extra/Daily Activities:

  • Read for at least 30 minutes. Choose an A.R. book or log in to myOn to access a digital library and news articles. Use this district link: https://www.myon.com/school/adelantoreads, Student Username for Grade 2: myon2; for Grade 3: myon3 and Student Password for All Grades: 123
  • Take an A.R. quiz through you Renaissance Clever Log in on the AESD website HERE!
  • Do Lexia lessons/units through you Clever Log in on the AESD website HERE!
  • Read & Respond See your copy of the Read & Respond Choice Board and pick your choice of activity.
  • Spelling. See your copy of the Spelling Choice Board and pick your choice of activity.
  • Week in Review. Write about what you learned this week.
    • You may start with: This week I...
    • Add pictures to illustrate what you learned.
    • Present your work to a member of your family.

Grade 2:
Read The Wolf in sheep's Clothing (Grade 2 Packet p.23-24). Circle all the words that are unfamiliar to you.

Grade 3:
Study Determining the Central Message and follow the rest of the directions given. (Grade 3 Packet p.10)

Grade 2:
Reread The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing (Grade 2 Packet p.23-24). Answer questions 1-2 on p.25.

Grade 3:
Complete the chart of Key Details and Central Idea and follow the rest of the directions given. (Grade 3 Packet P.11)

Grade 2:
Reread The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing (Grade 2 Packet p.23-24). Answer questions 1-2 on p.25.

Grade 3:
Read The Girl and the Apples (Grade 3 Packet p.12). Circle all the words that are unfamiliar to you. Underline key details that help you figure out the central message

Grade 2:
Reread The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing (Grade 2 Packet p.23-24). What happens in this story? Answer questions 5-6 on p.27.

Grade 3:
Reread The Girl and the Apples (Grade 3 Packet p.12). How can key details help you figure out what lesson the girl in the story learns? Answer and follow the rest of the directions on p.13.

Grade 2:
Why is it important to tell the important events in order? (Complete Grade 2 Packet p.28).

Grade 3:
Reread The Girl and the Apples (Grade 3 Packet p.12). Complete the Short Responses on p.14.

Break

9:00am-9:45am

Math

This i-Ready "At-Home-Activity" includes sets of practice problems that align to important math concepts your student has worked with so far this year. we recommend that your student completes one page of practice problems each day. Encourage your student to do the best they can with this content -- the most important thing is that they continue developing their mathematical fluency and skills!

Grade 2: Math Packet Page 3

Grade 3: Math Packet Page 4

Grade 2: Math Packet Page 4

Grade 3: Math Packet Page 5

Grade 2: Math Packet Page 5

Grade 3: Math Packet Page 6

Grade 2: Math Packet Page 6

Grade 3: Math Packet Page 7

Grade 2: Math Packet Page 7

Grade 3: Math Packet Page 8

Break

10:00am-10:45am

History

Complete the "Daily Activity Log"

UPGRADE ACTIVITY:
Add an additional column to the "Daily Activity Log." Title the column either "My Older Sibling" or "My Younger Sibling." Complete the added column by recording what your sibling does at each hour mark.

Read the "Daily Activity Log" you completed yesterday

On the back of your "Daily Activity Log," make a T-Chart. On the left side put the title "Similar" and list all the things you and your parent, grandparent, or caregiver did that was the same. On the right side put the title "Different" and make a list of all the things you and your parent, grandparent, or caregiver did that was different.

UPGRADE ACTIVITY:
Create another T-Chart. Put the title "Similar" on the left and "Different" on the right. Fill in this T-Chart using the information you collected in the "Sibling" column yesterday. Compare your sibling to you.

Using your T-Chart and "Daily Activity Log" from Monday and Tuesday, answer the following questions:

  1. Do you and your parent, grandparent, or caregiver do more things that are similar or more things that are different?
  2. Why do you think the above is true?
  3. Do you think you will do more similar acitivites to your parent, grandparent, or caregiver as you get older? Why or why not?

UPGRADE ACTIVITY:
Using your T-Chart and "Daily Activity Log" from Monday and Tuesday, answer the following questions:

  1. Do you and your sibling do more things that are similar or more things that are different?
  2. Why do you think the above is true?
  3. Is your sibling more like your parent, grandparent, or caregiver than you are?
  4. Why do you think the above answer is true?

Label the countries of North america on the attached "North American Map to Label."

Use the attached "North America Key" Worksheet to label the following

  • Pacific Ocean
  • Gulf of Mexico
  • Atlantic Ocean
  • Great Lakes
  • All the Countries of North America

UPGRADE ACTIVITY:
Have you ever been to another country in North America? Has anyone in your family? If so, write a paragraph explaining where you/they have been and if you/they enjoyed your/their time there or not.

Answer the questions on the "Major US Rivers" Worksheet

UPGRADE ACTIVITY:
Rivers have always been VERY important to people. Why do you think the major rivers of the US are so important to people living in the USA today? List out as many reasons as you can think of.

Lunch

11:45am-12:30pm

SEL

Adult help is recommended:

  • You are living through history right now and you can capture your memories to look back on in the future! Create you 2020 COVID 19 Time Capsule. Fill in one page a day for two weeks. Work on pp. 1-6 this week.

12:45PM-1:30pm

Science

2nd Grade - Read "Solids and Liquids." Underline words that you don't know how to read. Practice sounding them out. Read "Solids and Liquids" again. Focus on correctly saying the words that are unfamiliar to you. Get help learning the meaning of those words. Answer Comprehension questions 1 and 2. Read about vocabulary word "flow." Use "flow" in a sentence. Draw a picture to illustrate your sentence.

3rd Grade - Read "Bug Power." Underline words that you don't know how to read. Practice sounding them out. Read "Bug Power" again. Focus on correctly saying the words that are unfamiliar to you. Get help learning the meaning of those words. Answer Comprehension questions 1,2 and 3. Read about the vocabulary word "colony." Use "colony" in a sentence as the word "colony" applies to this story. Draw a picture to illustrate your sentence.

2nd Grade - Read "Solids and Liquids" Try reading it faster today than you did yesterday. do you know how to say all of the words that you did not know yesterday? Have you learned the meaning of those words? Answer Comprehension questions 3, 4 and 5. Read about the vocabulary word "matter" Write your own sentence using the words "matter" as it is used in the story "Solids and Liquids." Draw a picture to illustrate your sentence

3rd Grade - Read "Bug Power" Try reading it faster today than you did yesterday. Do you know how to say all of the words that you did not know yesterday? Have you learned the meaning of those words? Answer questions 4 and 5. Read about the vocanulary word "guard" Write your own sentence using the words "guard." as it applies to the story. Draw a picture to illustrate your sentence.

2nd Grade - Read "Solids and Liquids." Try beating your reading time. Read about the vocabulary word "shape." Write your own sentence using the word "shape." Draw a picture to illustrate your sentence. Answer Comprehension questions #6 & 7.

3rd Grade - Read "Bug Power." Try reading it faster today than you did yesterday. Do you know how to say all of the words that you did not know yesterday? Have you learned the meaning of those words? Answer Comprehension questions 6 & 7. Read about the vocabulary word "protect." Write your own sentence using the word "protect" as it applies to the story.

2nd Grade - Read "Solids and Liquids." Try to read it faster than you have been doing. Answer Comprehension questions #8 & 9.

3rd Grade - Read "Bug Power." Try to read it faster than you have been doing. Answer Comprehension question #8 & 9.

2nd Grade Read "Solids and Liquids." Try to make this your fastest reading time of the week. Answer Comprehension question #10. Write 4 or more sentences in your answer. Support your answer by drawing a picture. Great work for this week! Enjoy your weekend.

3rd Grade - Read "Bug Power." Try to make this your fastest reading time of the week. Answer Comprehension #10. Write 4 or more sentences in your answer. Support you answer by drawing a picture. Great work for this week! Enjoy your weekend.

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Time Frame

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00am-8:45am

ELA

Read your book for at least 30 minutes.

Read & Respond: What is the character's main problem, and how did they solve it? how would you have solved it?

Read "Adapting to Survive" and answer the questions that follow.

Read & Respond Underline parts of the text that prove each of your answers. Number each part according to the question answered.

Spelling/Vocabulary: Circl the words in bold letters. Circle other words that are unfamiliar to you.

Read your book for at least 30 minutes.

Read & Respond: What lesson is the author trying to teach the reader? How do you know?

Reread "Adapting to Survive"

Read & Respond: Write a 5-sentence summary of the text.

Spelling/Vocabulary: Illustrate each of the words you previously circled. use each word in a sentence.

Read your book for at least 30 minutes.

Read & Respond What is your favorite part of the story?

Week in Review:Write about what you learned this week. You may start with: This week I....

Add pictures to illustrate what you learned.

Break

 

9:00am-9:45am

Math

What if your cousin stacked blocks in a pattern, on different days, like this?

Math Blocks

How many blocks would they have on the 5th day? 10th day? 50th day? 100th day? Problem solve for any day. Prove your thinking.

Count the squares on a chess or checker board. Prove on paper that you have counted them all.

What about the bigger squares??

Write as many equations for the number 22. (ie 11+11=22) Makes sure to include the operations addition, subtractions and then combine addition and subtraction. (50-20+15-25+2=22)

Draw a picture for 5 of the equations.

Explain how you know you are correct on 3 of the pictures.

Use a ruler or tape measure to determine the length of your bedroom floor. What is the width?What is combined length of all the rooms in your house? If you were to measure the room or rooms with your shoe, how many shoes would it take?

Pick four different common words. watch a TV show and graph how many times you hear each word.

Make sure to label your graph.

Break

 

10:00am-10:45am

History

  • Complete the "compare and Contrast My Family" document
  • Create a timeline of your life. See the "Timeline of my Lfe" document for instructions.
  • Complete the "Family Tree" activity
    • Complete the "My Geography Activity"
  • Complete the "World Geography Activity"

Lunch

 

11:45am-12:30pm

SEL

 

Draw/write a letter to a friend. tell them why you appreciate their friendship and work with an adult to address the letter and put it in the mail.

 

Look in the mirror and make the expression with your face for different feelings: happy, sad, angry, scared, worried, hopeful, wondering, tired. What other feelings and faces do you have? Do this with a family member together. How are your faces the same or different? Talk about your answers with family members.

 

Break

 

12:45pm-1:30pm

Science

  • What's the Matter? Make a list of different solids, liquids and gases that are in your home.
  • Draw a 3-column chart. Label the columns: solid, liquid and gas.
  • From the list you created, fill in the chart with the materials that are in your house.
  • Draw and label pictures of the materials you listed on your chart.
  • Write about other ways the materials that are in your house can be used.
  • Draw a picture of some of these materials being used in a different way.

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Time Frame

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00am-8:45am

ELA

  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board.
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board.
  • Read and complete Extending Paterns worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete Estimation worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete Location, Location, Location worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete National Symbols worksheet.
  • Write a creative story with the national symbols as your characters. Use the Postcard tamplate.
  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete Phases of the Moon worksheet.

Break

 

9:00am-9:45am

Math

Entry Task-Number Cards

Expanded Form with 3 digits

Closest Ten or Hundred Create additional numbers on the back to represent.

Apple Farm Field Trip

Dessert Creatures: Find a way to represent 5 different numbers using cubes/sketches.

Break

 

10:00am-10:45am

History

  • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article "Citizenship and the American Revolution" (see the "Marking the Text Strategies Overview" document for help)
  • Use the A.C.E. Strategy to answer the following question (see the “A.C.E Strategy Overview” document for help)
  • What do you know about American democracies?
  • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article "The French Revolution" (see the “Marking the Text Strategies Overview” document for help)
  • Use the A.C.E. Strategy to answer the following question (see the “A.C.E Strategy Overview” document for help) How
  • What do you know about the French Revolution?
  • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article “Dual Citizenship” (see the “Marking the Text Strategies Overview” document for help)
  • Use the A.C.E. Strategy to answer the following question (see the “A.C.E Strategy Overview” document for help) How
  • What do you know about dual citizenship?
    • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article “Democracy” (see the “Marking the Text Strategies Overview” document for help)
    • Use the A.C.E. Strategy to answer the following question (see the “A.C.E Strategy Overview” document for help) How
    • What do you know about democracies
  • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article “Origins of Democracy” (see the “Marking the Text Strategies Overview” document for help)
  • Use the A.C.E. Strategy to answer the following question (see the “A.C.E Strategy Overview” document for help) How
  • What do you know about how democracies started?

Lunch

 

11:45am-12:30pm

SEL

  • Butterfly Breath: Practice breathing like a butterfly. The activity explains three ways to breathe. Practice each way, answer the questions.
  • Draw a picture of you breathing like a butterfly or come up with a breathing technique of your own.
  • The Outside and Inside Present: Using your senses (seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting and touching), pay attention to what is going on around you with your eyes open. Next, close your eyes and pay attention to how you feel inside. Answer the questions.
  • Complete the picture.
  • The Peace Corner Activitiy: Having a quiet place is a great way to help you find calm. Draw a picture of all the things that help you find calm such as your favorite stuffed animal, a blanket, etc.
  • Draw a picture of yourself in your quiet place.
  • Making healthy Choices: Answer the questions about making healthy choices.
  • Yoga Activity:

    1. Complete the Before Yoga Check-In questions.
    2. Practice the Child's Pose and Box Pose. do each pose 3 times.
    3. Answer the Post Yoga Review Questions

Break

 

12:45pm-1:30pm

Science

  • Chemical vs. Physical Reactions worksheet
  • How Rainbows are Formed Handout.
  • Circle 3 new vocabulary words from the worksheet, use them in a sentence.
  • Answer questions 1-3
  • Make Your Own Sundial: Complete the activity with the help of an adult.
  • Answer question 6.
  • Things Made from Plants Worksheet.
  • Nature Scavenger Hunt
  • color the pieces of the skeleton.
  • With the help of an adult, cut out the pieces of a skeleton.
  • Put the skeleton together using brads or paper clips in the holes so the piece move. If you do not have these items, you can glue it together but the joints will not move.

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Time Frame

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00am-8:45am

ELA

  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board.
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board.
  • Read and complete Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete Identifying Geometric Solids worksheet.
  • Write a creative story with the geometric solids as your characters. Use the Postcard template.
  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete Limited Resources worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete Justify Your Answer worksheet.
  • Spelling: Study the Dolch Words for your grade level. Decide on how many to study at a time for mastery. Pick your choice of activity off of the Spelling Activity Choice Board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Reading: Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Do a Read & Respond Activity of your choice off of the choice board (should be different from your previous choice).
  • Read and complete Galileo and His Telescope worksheet.

Break

 

9:00am-9:45am

Math

  • Two digit addition Clash pg 1
  • Use page 3 to document as you play your game.
  • Number recording sheet. Pg
  • Use page 4 to have fun with a number
  • Two digit addition Clash pg 1
  • Use page 3 to document as you play your game.
  • Use page 4 to have fun with a number
  • Two digit addition Clash pg 1
  • Use page 3 to document as you play your game.
  • Use page 4 to have fun with a number
  • Two digit addition Clash pg 1
  • Use page 3 to document as you play your game.
  • Use page 4 to have fun with a number
  • Two digit addition Clash pg 1
  • Use page 3 to document as you play your game.
  • Use page 4 to have fun with a number

Break

 

10:00am-10:45am

History

  • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article “Citizenship Defined” (see the “Marking the Text Strategies Overview” document for help)
  • Use the A.C.E. Strategy to answer the following question (see the “A.C.E Strategy Overview” document for help) How
  • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article “Naturalization” (see the “Marking the Text Strategies Overview” document for help)
  • Use the A.C.E. Strategy to answer the following question (see the “A.C.E Strategy Overview” document for help) How
  • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article “History of Citizenship” (see the “Marking the Text Strategies Overview” document for help)
  • Use the A.C.E. Strategy to answer the following question (see the “A.C.E Strategy Overview” document for help) How
    • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article “Citizenship in Ancient Greece” (see the “Marking the Text Strategies Overview” document for help)
    • Use the A.C.E. Strategy to answer the following question (see the “A.C.E Strategy Overview” document for help) How
  • Use your Marking the Text Strategies as you read the article “Roman Conceptions of Citizenship” (see the “Marking the Text Strategies Overview” document for help)
  • Use the A.C.E. Strategy to answer the following question (see the “A.C.E Strategy Overview” document for help) How

Lunch

 

11:45am-12:30pm

SEL

  • Calm Down Card
  • Deep Relaxation
  • Yoga for Energy or Calm
  • Coping
  • Emotional Regulation Activity

Break

 

12:45pm-1:30pm

Science

  • Hand washing activity
  • Body Builders Activity
  • Color Germies maze
  • Wellness Choices

 

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Time Frame

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00am-8:45am

ELA

  • A Ball for my dog
  • Questions pg 2-3
  • Write a story about your pet. pg 4
  • Pages 4a-10

 

  • Pages 24-39
  • Pages 11-14
  • 30-37

Break

 

9:00am-9:45am

Math

  • Pages 15-17
  • Pages 18-20
  • Pages 39-41
  • Pages 42-45

Break

 

10:00am-10:45am

History

  • Read Amelia Earhart article page  46
  • Read Amelia Earhart article page  46-Underline Main ideas
  • Read Amelia Earhart article page  Complete the questions
  • Read Amelia Earhart article page  46-Draw a picture of you as breaking a record of some sort.

Lunch

 

11:45am-12:30pm

SEL

  • Fill a Bucket
  • Keep your cool
  • Solve a problem
  • Complete the sentences

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